Information and Communications Technology

Broadband is critical to the future development of business in the county. The four towns of Monaghan, Carrickmacross, Castleblayney and Clones are served by Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs). Maps of these are available at the following link e-Net.

To compliment this, the county has a variety of other broadband options including Eircom’s NGN to wireless solutions offered by a number of operators. Rural areas of the county are covered by ‘3’ under the National Broadband Scheme. A map of the National Broadband Scheme coverage for County Monaghan is available at the following link Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.

ESB Telecoms provides a national trunk fibre optic network which is located in the south of the county, the line of which can be viewed at the following link ESB Telecoms.

Project Kelvin offers a new wealth of capacity and the ability to directly and securely connect to Canada, US, UK and mainland Europe. Project Kelvin offers clients dedicated Ethernet at all speeds, including 10G LanPhy, which allows for 10.3125 gigabits of capacity. The cable links Armagh, Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Derry, Omagh, Portadown and Strabane to Europe and North America. In addition, the cable also provides for links to Letterkenny, Castleblayney, Dundalk, Drogheda and Monaghan. The Project Kelvin network map can be viewed at the following link Hibernia Altantic.

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E-net Maps

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Carrickmacross

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Castleblayney

       
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Clones

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Monaghan Town

       

 

Data Maps

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All Infrastructure Data

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02 Data

       
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3G Data

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Eircom Data

       
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Vodafone Data